Looking Back on World Youth Day

A few months before we left for World Youth Day in Poland, one of our organizers, Greg Coogan, gave us a presentation on what to expect when we arrived. He told us, “Be ready to be with over two million of your closest friends while in Krakow.” At first, this...

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The Joy of Suffering

Second Reading from Saint Paul to the Romans 5:1-5 the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity “Brothers and sisters: Therefore, since we have been justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have gained access by faith to this grace in which...

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Homeless in Vineland

Back in July of 2015, I was having lunch with a friend in Vineland, and this lunch my heart was moved to go pray with some of the homeless people in downtown Vineland. Normally I would never do such a thing, and in fact I have never done something like...

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Walking in the Light of the Sun

Do you ever stop to think about God? Sometimes life goes so fast, we don’t even notice it, but many times the important things are the most subtle. If you can, look outside your window, or later take a walk in the light of the sun. It’s springtime, and while...

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iRace4Vocations Information

Dear iRace4Vocations Participant(s): Thank you so much for registering to attend our 5th annual iRace4Vocations at Washington Lake Park (626 Hurffville Crosskeys Road, Sewell, NJ 08080). I am very excited for this event on Sunday and believe that it will be a grace-filled day for all who participate. The day...

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The Holy Eucharist

In understanding the Christian faith there is one Sacrament which draws us into this profound relationship with God and this is communion. Receiving the Body of Christ is that which binds us to Him and Him to us in the New Covenant. In ‘De Eucharistia’, an encyclical written by Saint...

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